Planning approval has been granted for the first new homes in the regeneration of the Ravensbury estate.
The trial of Vernon Foale, 70, of Drive Spur, Kingswood, who faces four charges of indecently assaulting a young girl in the late 1980s and early 1990s, started at the Old Bailey today.
Theatre goers may be about to get more drama than they had bargained for, as a protest has been planned ahead of this evening’s opening performance of Dirty Dancing in Wimbledon.
A pregnant woman was rushed to hospital after a two-car crash in Worcester Park over the weekend.
Carshalton Athletic registered a first league draw of the season after a bruising encounter at Whyteleafe ended 1-1 on Saturday.
More than 900 passengers have given money to support a legal case against the Government's handling of the Southern rail franchise.
Saturday was just one of those games, wasn’t it?
A Metropolitan Police officer and a Croydon Council worker have been cleared of colluding to misuse work computer systems to dig up information in a dispute over a dodgy second-hand car.
There’s a way you can keep working in London while saving an absolute fortune on the cost of buying a home – but it comes at a price of a different kind.
Ten teenagers have been charged with causing actual bodily harm and intimidating a witness after a lone teenage girl was knocked unconscious in a ‘serious assault’ in Mitcham.
Two reporters from this website made representations at sub-committee meetings on Friday, July 29 and Thursday, September 15, arguing taxpayers deserved to know the details of alleged misconduct of an elected paid official.
Specialist manhunt teams will be deployed across London in a capital-wide crackdown on burglars.
We look at the issues facing bars, clubs and theatres across south London as revellers mourn the loss of Fabric
Victoria Road was closed off for the traditional market and parade while St Andrew's Church hosted this year's SurboFoto
Surrey Police have released CCTV images of two men they would like to speak to in connection with the shoplifting from the Co-op on Upper High Street, Epsom on Saturday, July 31.
The group - known for the Seething Festival, Ski Sunday and more - had battled against grassroots organisers from across the country in an online vote
I’m starting to get a sense of déjà vu at away games at the moment, with Eastleigh being the latest in a streak where we could easily claim to have been the better team yet still come away with a defeat.
Sutton Council is set to approve plans for the development of a cancer research and treatment centre.